There are 58 different types of seagrass found around the world but the British Virgin Islands are home to only five different species. The most common seagrasses found in the BVI are turtle grass (Thalassia testudinum) and manatee grass (Syringodium filiforme).Cooper Island's Manchioneel Bay is extremely lucky to have Seagrass stretching along it's bay. These unusual marine flowering plants are called seagrasses because in many species the leaves are long and narrow, and these plants often grow in large meadows.
Thursday, 8 December 2011
Thursday, 24 November 2011
Sofia says "New species of coral are discovered yearly, but at the same time many are becoming extinct unnecessarily. This is escalating out of control and with your help we can prevent it from happening.
I have been using COOLA Organic Suncare for a while now on Cooper Island. It is free from all the bad ingredients such as Paba, Paraben, Petroleum and Phthalate which is a huge bonus if you are applying sunscreen each day. Not only does it feel amazing on the skin it also smells divine!
COOLA offers sun protection for a range of skin types and lifestyles; the products are also uniquely formulated for different parts of the body - from the sensitive nature of FACE and LIPLUX, to the versatile TOTALBODY, and the demands of SPORT.
You can see all 90 of our state of the art solar panels which produce 70% of our power needs.
Monday, 10 January 2011
Sunday, 25 July 2010
An equal splash of Pineapple and Orange Juice
A drop of Cream of Coconut and a very, very generous helping of dark Rum topped with a sprinkle of Nutmeg. Although, you won't get the full effect without sitting on the beach watching the beautiful Caribbean sunset...
My favorite is a Cooper Vice. It's sweet, pink and delicious!